When I started out I struggled against the wind, tears streaming over my face. I wasn't going too fast like this either! But I got to the beach. You could tell it sometimes had busier days. Now it was just one dog walker, me, and two kite surfers. They seemed to have a blast!
The menacing beach. The dot in the distance is the kite of a kite surfer.
At the end of the beach I turned back inland. Suddenly I was going a lot faster! No idea why. And it was indeed easy to find paths. And soon I was back at the road I have come over. On the other side there were fewer paths to be seen! And after a while I came a cross a tidal stream that looked tricky to cross, so I just followed it. And in the meantime the weather cleared up! I hadn't expected that. But I came back to my car in bright sunshine. I did a small extra bit on asphalt; I hadn't pushed it very much during the second half of the run, as I was too busy trying not to break my ankle, or be ripped open by hostile vegetation. So I needed a bit of bonus exercise for heart and lungs. That done I went home. Another part of Anglesey explored!
The weather cleared up!
The view from the parking place